Our Tiny TigersKung Fu program is specially designed for children 4 to 6 years old. This program is designed to set the foundation for physical, mental and emotional growth through the basic movements and techniques of Kung Fu in fun and exciting ways. Each class is 30 minutes long and designed to improve your child’s motor skills and enhance their ability to pay attention and follow directions. All classes are taught using the most safe, fun, and exciting instruction methods available for this age group.
All the activities in the class are conducted in a safe, controlled and enjoyable environment utilizing age appropriate techniques to instill logical thinking, health and fitness, memorization, and social skills. Classes include blocks, kicks, strikes, and basic self-defense techniques taught in a safe, fun manner. Our Tiny Tigers learn self-discipline and how to be the best they can be. They also learn to interact with other children, to share, and to work as a team. In addition, our classes set young students on the path of lifelong physical fitness by improving balance, coordination, flexibility and core strength through our special games and activities.
At Twin Dragon our Teachers have undergone vast amounts of training to prepare them to teach your children in the best way possible. Not only are we highly skilled in the Martial Arts, but we are also Teachers licensed by the state of NH. Sifu has been working with children for nearly 23 years, and has 10 years experience as a public school teacher. Simo has been working with children for nearly 19 years, and has 8 years experience in the public school. That combined with the experiences of our own children allows us to offer classes that are second to None.
Every parent wants the very best for their children, and we all put a lot of effort into making sure our kids are well-prepared for life. The Tiny Tigers program at Twin Dragon is designed specifically to help little ones develop the skills they will need to be successful from the very start.
Wakefield, NH 03872